Sergio Ramos was shocked, Odegard said goodbye, Nuno Tavares closed, Zilinsky watched
Good morning Arsenal fans
After returning to Real Madrid, Martin Odegaard (Martin Odegaard) bid farewell to the club emotionally.
The Norwegian moved to North London on loan from the Spanish giants in the second half of last season.
He wrote: “Thank you very much for these 6 months.
“My time with the Arsenal family will always hold a special place in my heart.
“I want to thank everyone inside and outside the club for making me feel like a member of this family from day one.
“Special thanks to the fans, even without you in the stadium for most of this season, I can feel you are always by my side.
“Thank you very much for everything the boss and his staff learned during my stay.
“I also want to thank all my teammates for having such a wonderful time on and off the stadium. I will miss you all.
“Thank you, the gunmen family. Always in my heart.”
But more positively, according to reports, the Gunners’ hopes of signing Sevilla star Jules Comte have been raised after Manchester United has shifted their attention elsewhere.
Comte performed well in Andalusian games. He played 49 times in all competitions and won great interest in the Premier League.
It is said that Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are all paying close attention to the star central defender. His outstanding performance in La Liga won him the international call for France to participate in the 2020 European Cup.
But Dean Jones said in an interview with The Done Deal Show recently that the Red Devils are prioritizing other defensive goals, mainly Real Madrid star Rafael Varane.
According to reports, in the end, Nuno Tavares rejected a more profitable contract from Real Sociedad and instead signed with Arsenal.
The 21-year-old flew to London on Friday to complete the £7 million transfer from Benfica, but after Sociedad’s last bid, he may end in Spain.
It is believed that left-back Tavares has reached a contract in North London that expires in 2026. The contract is worth £7 million plus surcharges.
According to the “Daily Mail”, Portuguese agent César Boaventura and UK-based agency Sync Global are critical in ensuring that Tavares chooses Arsenal over society.
Although the La Liga team is willing to spend more money, it is said that Boaventura has persuaded him to keep in touch with Mikel Arteta’s men.